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Friday, January 22, 2016

Sriracha lovers, rejoice: to-go packets are available now

Posted By on Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 11:14 AM

click to enlarge PHOTO COURTESY SRIRACHA2GO.COM
  • Photo courtesy Sriracha2Go.com
Even though the red rooster sauce is pretty ubiquitous these days, there are some places where you just might think, "I really want to put sriracha on this," but there's no green-capped bottle to be found. Or, even more dire, for driver's-seat breakfast sandwiches. Instant McMuffin upgrade.

That problem is no more.



Sriracha2Go, the company that famously adapted the iconic bottle to refillable keychain form (in two sizes, no less!) has released packets of the spicy sauce for easy keeping in your purse, backpack, or even just an emergency ounce folded into your wallet. 

A pack of 50 sriracha packets is just $14.99. Small price to pay for having the rooster always at hand. Order here.

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